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As we come into knowledge of self, we must, as well,

come into knowledge of who doesn't want us to "know

thyself". The average Afrikan who has some knowledge

of white supremacy might feel it's been, and only

been, the "blue-eyed devil" that is responsible. True,

but not truth. If you read the piece I wrote entitled,

IZ YT Human? or Mutant!, I spoke of the biblical

bruthas, abraham and moses, as one of the first

sell-outs of the Afrikan spirit.

As you well know, this country was founded by

criminals who colonized this area just as they chalked

up Afrika in the 1800s. As we had our plantations in

the south with house negroes and field Afrikans, we

find that this trend has never changed as the years

have gone by. Thanks to research done by brutha Steve

Cokely, we have found that there is a black secret

society that has been closely associated with

maintaining the grip of white supremacy on people of

color. These same secret societies, these house

negroes answer to, have a long history rooted in the

physical and mental enslavement of Afrikans around the

globe. This black "secret society" is called the

Boule' aka. Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated,

founded May 15, 1904 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

This is the 1st black fraternity in america and was

before the 1st black "college" frat, Alpha Phi Alpha

Fraternity Incorporated which was founded December 4,


The Boule' is a black GREEK secret society based on

another secret society founded at Yale University

called Skull & Bones. The Boule's primary founder was

Dr. Henry Minton (along with Dr.'s Eugene T. Henson,

Edwin Clarence Howard, Algernon Brashear Jackson,

Robert Jones Abele and Richard John Warrick), of

Philadelphia. The founding member of the New York City

chapter, WEB DuBois, said the Boule' was created to

"keep the black professional away from the ranks of

Marcus Garvey." (One thing that needs to be pointed

out is the time period. At the founding of the Boule',

it was also a time Marcus Garvey's "Back to Afrika"

movement was reaching a million plus people without tv

or radio.). DuBois emphasized, as Cokely stated, "the

importance to steal the black professional away from

Garvey because an Afrocentric organization that

articulated and captured the black professional would

give YT no safe haven in the black community, so the

Boule' -- the remaking of the house negro was

necessary to build a group of negroes who had an

investment in protecting the white system as produced

by YT having stolen this land...This is post

reconstruction. Taking away the articulate negro, now

desiring to replace them with organized institutions

to keep them away from self improvement. So we find in

the same period, as the founding of the Boule', the

founding of the 4 black male (Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa

Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, and Phi Beta Sigma) and 4

black female (Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta,

Zeta Phi Beta, and Sigma Gamma Rho) college-based

fraternities and sororities...We also find the

founding of the NAACP and Urban League."

DuBois was one of the strongest opponents of Garvey

and was an instrumental "tool" in stopping one of the

strongest grassroots movements in this century. What

was Garvey's plan? His plan was to take as many

Afrikans from the america's and start a settlement in

the nation of Liberia and then help their new nation

produce and control their own rubber crops and other

industries in natural resources. Garvey said, "If the

oil of Afrika is good for Rockefeller's interest; if

iron is good for Carnegie trust; then these minerals

are good for us. Why should we allow wall street and

the capitalist group of america and other countries

exploit our country when they refuse to give us a fair

chance in the countries of our adoption? Why should

not Afrika give to the world its black Rockefeller,

Rothschild, and Henry Ford?" This would've meant no

Goodyear or US. Steel as we know it today, because it




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